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Peanut – Black Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in San Antonio TX

Pet Rehoming Network
San Antonio, TX 78261
United States
(888) 720-3322 (Main Phone)
Listing Status
For Adoption
Pet's Name
Labrador Retriever
Born On
Peanut is a Black Labrador Retriever mix dog for private adoption in San Antonio, Texas. This extremely gentle and loving dog is just 5 years old and in excellent health. Peanut weighs 50 pounds. She is spayed and up to date on shots. Peanut loves children and is good with both dogs and cats. She is a very well behaved and well trained family companion that will add love and joy to any home where she will receive the love, care and attention she deserves.

Peanut will be rehomed with supplies and vet records. She is looking for a loving home with a fenced yard – or a home near a park or dog park. She is crate trained and walks well on a leash. She loves to visit the dog park and play with other dogs.
She is friendly to kids, generally quiet - only barks when somebody knock on the door.
Why is Peanut Being Rehomed?
She is being rehomed because the family is expecting a baby and already are having trouble finding enough time for Peanut. They love her and want her in a home where she has lots of time to spend with people and get a good amount of love and exercise.

Peanut is a very special dog and deserves a special home. Please adopt this gorgeous Black Labrador Retriever mix from San Antonio Texas today.

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Peanut? Contact our San Antonio Dog rehoming team today. Text “Peanut” to (888) 833-2128 or email Peanut@Dog-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Well Trained
Other Features
Affectionate With Family
Grows Medium Size
Born Comedian
Kid Friendly
Generally Quiet
Dog Friendly
Likes to Hang Out in the Garden.
Easy to Train
Poorly Suited To Be Home Alone
Need Lots Of Exercise
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